Human resource professionals — whether they carry formal HR titles or are business managers with personnel responsibilities — serve as the crucial link between an organization’s management and its employees. A formal, academic credential in Labor and Employment Law allows these individuals to comply with the myriad regulations established by state and federal law. It allows them to successfully navigate everything from creating personnel manuals, to engaging in collective bargaining, to administering benefits, to handling sensitive employee relations issues.
The bright, accomplished, ambitious professionals who choose the two-year online Master of Jurisprudence in Labor and Employment Law (MJ-LEL) all work full time and participate in the program through a flexible online experience, visiting the Tulane campus just once for an immersive three-day learning experience. The knowledge and skills they obtain in the program will make them more highly valued by their organizations. Without doubt, HR practitioners with an MJ in Labor and Employment Law from Tulane will outshine and outdistance their peers.
This program is for you if you are:
- The manager, director or VP of human resources at a global Fortune 500 company
- The faculty coordinator at a public K-12 school with unionized teachers
- President of a small business that is driven by the talents of its employees and contractors
- Business or office manager at a small to mid-sized business where there is no formal HR department
- Owner of a company that relies heavily on the subcontracted work of unions
- An HR professional in any industry, in a company of any size, and at any point in your career
- A professional who is planning a strategic career shift into human resources and wants to differentiate yourself from the competition by being a clear expert in the labor and employment laws that govern the way businesses interact with their people
If you would like more information on the Master of Jurisprudence in Labor and Employment Law program, please fill out the form to the right, and click submit. Please also feel free to contact Carol O’Hea, Assistant Director for Online Legal Education, by email or phone at 844-573-3929 with any questions you may have.
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